Photographer Nick Jackson set out on a 3,000 mile road trip to capture incredible images of America's national parks. The national parks he visited included Yosemite, Sequoia, Bryce Valley, Dead Horse Shoe Point, Arches and Zion Canyon. The breath-taking images of the national parks in Utah are characterised by their red, orange and white hues. The famous Bryce valley is distinctive due to geological structures called hoodoos, formed by frost weathering and stream erosion of the river and lake bed sedimentary rocks
Nick also captured images of Dead Horse Point, which is 2,000 feet above a gooseneck in the Colorado River. The photos show immense vertical cliffs, with canyons carved by ice, water and wind.
There is a photo capturing a desolate Bodie, which was an original mining town from the late 1800's and is now frozen in time in a state of arrested decay. Meanwhile, Nick also captured a photo of a collection of beach-side mail boxes.
He said: "When you live in remote parts of the American west coast, this is how you get your mail. It's all dropped off in one rather photogenic mailbox and you come from wherever you live to fetch it."
Speaking about the inspiration for the project, Nick said: "25 years ago I visited America for the first time with my parents. We travelled for a month in a tired old RV through some of the most beautiful landscapes I'd ever seen.
In fact, a quarter of a century later, those memories still provide some of my fondest travel moments. I remember sleeping under the stars in Sequoia National Park, coming a little too close to a grizzly bear in Yellowstone and being blown away by the vertical enormity of Yosemite."
Meanwhile, pictures of the Mesa arches can be seen, alongside Zion Canyon and Antelope Park.In the Navajo dialect Antelope Canyon means "the place where water runs through rocks" and that is exactly how it was formed.
The national parks he visited included Yosemite, Sequoia, Bryce Valley, Dead Horse Shoe Point, Arches and Zion Canyon.